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What you do Haidock, is, shot at 60fps any clips you want to slow down. Shot the clips you want at regular speed. Say 24fps. Edit on a 24fps timeline and all the clips that are 24fps will be normal speed, that 60fps will be slow motion. If you want to ramp up the speed of a portion of a clip to make it normal speed you increase the speed. so it isn’t so slow mo, or slow mo at all.
Here is a great article http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/working-slow-motion-video-tips-editing-time-lord/
This should be a big help in explaining and using.